A total of 109 medicinal species distributed to 20 genera and 15 families were cited to treat different kinds of ailments. There are sweet and acid strains of both the Yellow and Red types and much variation in rind thickness. Botany Santol is a tree growing up to 20 meters high, with softly hairy young branches and leaves. There is no specific history record as to how Santol got its name but tradition speaks of two accounts which are tied up to a tree called Santol. Remove from water and drain. Santol marmalade in glass jars is exported from the Philippines to Oriental food dealers in the United States and probably elsewhere.
Introduction - The Santol fruit tissue is mostly sub-acid or sour in nature. The ripen fruits have a vinous taste. Impact of cultivation of medicinal plants on biodiversity: global trends and issues. In the Philippines, it is santor or katul; in Indonesia, ketjapi or sentool; on Sarawak and Brunei, it is klampu. The central pulp near the seeds may be sweet or sour and contains inedible brown seeds. An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants and traditional therapies on Batan Island, the Philippines. Conference on International Agricultural Research for Development, Stuttgart-Hohenheim.
Keep santols at a temperature no lower than 15 degrees Celsius, or, 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Very marginal, will keep you posted. Sandoricum nervosum Blume Lolly fruit Engl. In Asia and Malaysia, the tree is valued not just for its fruit, but for its timber and as a shade tree for roadsides, being wind-resistant and non-littering. Leaves are groups of 3 leaflets, elliptic to oblong-ovate, 10 to 25 centimeter long, with pointed tips and round bases.
Drink thrice a day 30 Wild spikenard; suob- kabayo Hyptis suaveolens Poir. In a rat aorta ring assay, study showed inhibition of outgrowth of blood vessels from rat aorta rings. Zingeberaceae Luyang dilaw 3 0. Santol is rich in dietary fiber for a healthy digestive system. In recent years, work on ethnobotanical knowledge worldwide has dramatically increased especially in some parts of Europe, Asia and Africa Pieroni et al.
Description The santol is a fast-growing, straight-trunked, pale-barked tree 50 to 150 ft 15-45 m tall, branched close to the ground and buttressed when old. It requires fertilization two times a year so it can grow better. Grated rind is cooked in coconut milk with bits of pork and hot pepper and served as a dish in Bicol, Philippines. There are more than a dozen variations, but the four most common are:. Extracts from santol seeds have insecticidal properties Medicinal Uses of Santol Several parts of the santol plant have anti-inflammatory properties.
Therefore, it is necessary to conduct further investigation into the components of medicinal plants and to conduct chemical analyses. It may be crushed in a blend of vinegar and water which is then given as a carminative and remedy for diarrhea and dysentery. The wood of the tree is useful for construction, being plentiful and usually easy to work and polish. The rind is quite sour, compelling some to dry it, grind, or pickle it for use as a souring agent. Typically, local people utilize plants to address their health concerns. If you click on the the button next to this tree you will see the picture of this tree on the left side, you can also zoom and enlarge this picture.
Only a few specimens are known in the western hemisphere: one in the Lancetilla Experimental Garden at Tela, Honduras, and one or more in Costa Rica. It also showed to be environmentally friendly, organic, lacking unpleasant odors and containing no dangerous chemicals. The results also reveal the urgency of collecting ethnopharmacological data because knowledge of medicinal plants is vanishing. Study suggests it originated from β-amyrine undergoing enzymatic hydrogenation reaction at C-12 followed by rearrangement process. Both types have a skin that may be a thin peel to a thicker rind, according to the variety. Ethnomedicinal plants used by residents in northern Surigao del Sur, Philippines. For three 3 out of the 109 species, only the local name was documented.
Today, the fruit has spread to Indonesia, Mauritius, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, and Myanmar. The scientific name for the Philippine Eagle is Pithecophagajefferyi. People use the fruit ,seeds,water of fruit and the leaves to make medicine. The fruit are typically eaten fresh, but they are also used to make jellies and preserves throughout India and Malaysia. The seeds are brown and inedible. Santol itself is a very elegant by appearance and fast growing tree which can attain height up to 50 m.